June Rose Cottage Wales offers a luxurious stay for vacationers looking to enjoy the historic coastline and magnificent Snowdonia Mountains of North Wales. Read our guide for more facts and information…
Situated in the village of Betws-y-Coed ConwySnowdonia, June Rose Cottage is a stone building of the 18th century. It has been refurbished to the latest grade with the best of luxuries and amenities that any holiday cottage can provide. Guests are given brochures about interesting outings and map books to guide them through scenic walking routes.
Location of June Rose Cottage Wales
June Rose Cottage is sited in the center of Betws-y-Coed ConwySnowdonia, a village located in the Snowdonia National Park. Meaning ‘Prayer house in the wood’, Betws-y-Coed is at the intersection of River Llugwy and River Lleder that merge with River Conwy, which ultimately empties into the Conwy Bay.
The cottage entrance happens to lie in sight of a bus stop and a train station. Hence, guests can easily take a bus or train to explore the picturesque mountains of Snowdonia, the nearby beaches and the celebrated coastline of North Wales.
Facilities at June Rose Cottage Wales
The cottage exhibits luxury galore with two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. It has a travel cot, high chair, duvets, bed linen and towels. The bathrooms feature double-ended Jacuzzi baths, double walk-in showers and dual shower heads. There is a flat screen TV, DVD player, DVDs and radio CD player. It also provides wireless Internet access.
The fully integrated country kitchen features solid oak worktops and a Belfast sink. There is a microwave oven, a touch halogen hob with an extractor hood and neff convection oven, and an espresso machine. Other appliances include an integrated washer cum drier, refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher.
The cottage is equipped with central gas heating and has an ironing facility. The tariff includes the electricity and fuel consumption.
The outside of the cottage features a huge private garden and a front patio with garden furniture, allowing for exciting summer barbeques. The parking area accommodates four cars and has a lock-up shed to park bikes. Smoking is prohibited and pets are not allowed in the cottage.
Scenic attractions and activities
The cottage is in close proximity to the village’s Victorian houses, shops, hotels and pubs. The village also features a railway museum. The Shallow Falls is a must-see spot just outside the beautiful village. The area is known for its walking routes that offer stunning walking tours to explore the Snowdonia region.